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Friday, 17 November 2017

Support the Victims of Child Sex Abuse: Cancel Your BBC TV Licence Today

It's Children In Need day - that time of year when swarms of BBC luvvies, who really couldn't give a shit about anything other than their own inflated egos and eye-watering salaries, pretend they're whiter than white and oh so concerned about child welfare.

For decades children and vulnerable young people were abused right under the noses of BBC bosses - BBC bosses so entwined in their own self-importance and that of their "talent" that they ignored warning signs that were plain for all to see.

Do your bit for child welfare today. Cancel your BBC TV licence. Read our earlier article to find out how.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for highlighting the importance of Cancelling our BBC TV Licence and for the excellent work that you do for us.

"Why is Children In Need sitting on a £90million fortune? Charity stashes sum away in investment portfolio instead of handing it out? (This was in October 2014)

Charity also has £2.2million in its accounts up from £900,000 last year
Spokesman said money being temporarily held and would be given away
In 2008 BBC faced investigation after keeping £100,000 of charity money

BBC Children in Need has kept £87.7million stashed away in its investment portfolio instead of giving it directly to charity, its latest accounts reveal.

The charity, which has raised more than £600million for youngsters in the UK since 1980, is preparing to launch a fresh appeal to viewers next month.

But some donors may be surprised to discover it does not give the money directly to good causes."

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